UPDATE 2PM: TWO home-made guns seized in a raid at High Street, Lismore, have been described by police as "very dangerous items" and called for help in finding where they came from.
Richmond Local Area Command crime manager Inspector Cameron Lindsay said the guns were a danger to both the person using the weapons as well as anyone they were pointed at.
"We really want to know, from anyone that may have some information, about where these items are being manufactured," Insp Lindsay said.
"We believe that they could be made locally. They need to be made by somebody who has some kind of knowledge about weaponry."
Anyone with information should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
INITIAL REPORT: A POLICE search warrant has uncovered two home-made firearms, methamphetamine and other prescribed restricted substances at a High St home in Lismore.
Just last week police uncovered what's believed to be a cocaine lab on the same street.
A male and female, both 26, are expected to be charged with unauthorised possession of ammunition.
The man will also face charges regarding possession of a prescribed restricted substances.
Police say more charges are expected to be laid following ballistics investigations.